Book Signing Highlights Second December Saturday In AldersonThere are more opportunities to celebrate the season and enjoy Alderson with family and friends on the second December Saturday, the 9th.The fabulous light show continues on the south end of Maple Avenue every half hour Monday -Thursday 6:30-8:00pm and Friday-Sunday 6:30-9:00 p.m. courtesy of Eyes on You Security.The Alderson Community Center is holding a Holiday Flea Market with all kinds of items from new to old for your shopping pleasure. All the regular Alderson shops will be open as well.The Old Victorian Inn will again serve hot cider and invite a peek at its wonderful first floor Christmas decorations; hay rides around town will be offered, both from 1-3.Alderson Main Street will be the sponsor of the “Drive Under the Lights” of the Alderson Memorial Bridge from 6-8. Donations are appreciated.The highlight of the day will be a book signing by Belinda Anderson, noted local author, at the Historic 1896 C&O Depot gift shop from 1-3 p.m. Alderson Main Street has just released Ms. Anderson’s fourth volume of “History Highlights and Tantalizing Tidbits” about Alderson. This volume includes more about Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller; a love story from the family of founder John Alderson; some of the important role of Shiloh Baptist Church in our community; the impact of the railroad on the town’s development; the wreck of C&O No. 5; a Nazi spy; and the importance of being Ernest Goodpasture (Who knew!). There is something to interest every reader in this latest volume. Selling for $8, these little books make great Christmas presents and the recipient is sure not to have one!Ms. Anderson continues to delight her readers as she reveals more and more of the fascinating history of the town.Alderson Main Street president Jim Russell said, “We continued to be amazed each year as Belinda Anderson digs up more ‘tantalizing tidbits’ of Alderson history. We really appreciate her work.”PHOTO CAPTION: Cover of Volume IV of “History Highlights and Tantalizing Tidbits” by Belinda Anderson.